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with a mini deal, we have a maxi problem. big problems aren't going to go away if you cut a mini deal. >> reporter: he blasted an idea suggested by some democrats that the u.s. constitution empowers the president to keep on spending even if uncle sam goes over his credit limit. brian mooar, nbc news, washington. >>> here is your first look at some of the other news going on around america today. a violent thunderstorm tore through washington, d.c., yesterday where a 56-year-old cyclist was killed by a falling tree limb. at one point in the afternoon police cleared spectators off the capitol's west lawn where preparations for today's big independence day concert were under way. fortunately the weather cleared up in time for the evening rehearsal. >>> elsewhere across the country, several cities held their fourth of july fireworks display a day early. sparks flew at the annual red, white and blue festival in florida. crowds in kansas city and columbus, ohio, took in an equally awesome spectacle of color. >>> in los angeles, experts were busy setting up what they say will be the fastest
here, right here. they will start working it. working it. take a piece how big they want it. they work it and work it until it cuts into the metal. whatever they get toothpaste and soap, mix it up and layer it. anytime you come in here, they can see this and cover it up. two pieces that were used, came from here. that's why they started doing this. this is contraband now. >> although level 6 is on lockdown, we're allowed to talk to one inmate about the toll the new restrictions are taking. >> i haven't been able to visit with my sister or mother because of this thing that happened in the separate housing unit. it was two other inmates, had nothing to do with me. so,itis not right. it's a nuisance. it's annoying because i don't behave in a way that merits my suspension of privileges, visits, or do a lot of other guys for that matter but yet we're being punished collectively. two weeks ago, they came and took away our nail clippers. we weren't allowed access except on sunday night. if we needed to cut our nails, the corrections officer would give them to us and then take them back. we we
in companies embracing the cloud-- big clouds, small ones, public, private, even hybrid. your data and apps must move easily and securely to reach many clouds, not just one. that's why the network that connects, protects, and lets your data move fearlessly through the clouds means more than ever. >>> right now we're at the level two. a minimum restriction facility. and basically what that means as opposed to level five or six, these are dorm settings. individuals here usually have a little bit more better behavior. in here for less violent crimes so they can somewhat be trusted. >> we're getting ready for dinner. and skipping the wonderful chow hall food today. we try to avoid that as much as possible. we try to cook for ourselves with the things we get from the commissary. we've made the burritos from hell. the best thing of what we can do here. there's like beef stew, chili beans, beans, rice. and a bunch of spices and stuff like that. and some cheese, of course. my dad always asked me what will we eat for the evening and i tell them mystery meat, because you never know what you're eating
cards and workout with people, you know. yeah, it is a big deal. it is kind of weird coming back to a population after all of this time, so, yeah, i was not expecting this when i woke up this morning, no. >> how is it going, salazar? >> pretty good. >> are you going to be okay over here? >> yes. >> do you know why they sent you here? >> because i completed the level six process, so my next step is level five, right? >> and you weren't having any issue with any of the staff over there? >> no. >> i need some reintegration even if it is tier time with some people just to get used to being around somebody. >> you know what i have to do first, right? make sure that all of the concerns and everything that i have to go through the file and everything and make sure -- >> i don't have no enemies. >> but you are a validated gang member, right? >> suspected. >> you are going to be okay over here? >> yes. >> we aren't going to have any busted windows or anything like that? >> no, not with 60 days to the house. >> okay. man. i want you to just stay cool, okay, man. >> back in level six, staff
back and look at the big picture and not get lost in the trees of the forest and see this case for what it really is. i think that she pretty much dispelled and shutdown all of what seem to be cockamamie theories, and i thought she was powerful and masterful sglcht and in your experience of a case like this, there is so much csi-kind of evidence, but the obvious gaping hole in the prosecution's case which is that they have no cause of death which allowed this opening for the idea that there could have been an accidental drowning, how does a jury weigh that? how do they weigh this expert testimony which is often contradictory with commonsense with the emotion? >> well, i think it is going to be very difficult for the jury to weigh all of the evidence in this case. however, what linda did say which is one of the most important things of this case is to look at the totality of the evidence. the big picture here. what does all of this evidence altogether suggest? and that is really what the jury is going to have to look at and think about when they deliberate. >> i think that one of the thi
to go. >> let's talk about the foreperson, who again can really have i think a big influence on how long or short the deliberation is. see how organized they are in their deliberation. how many votes they get to take. how important is that in your view? >> it's essential. i mean the foreperson is the leader of this jury. they have the power to keep the jury on track, make sure that people are focussing on what they need to focus on. but at the same time they have the power, a very strong power to influence the jury. that is a power that can be used in a positive way or in a negative way. we really have to see what happens here as we know in the o.j. simpson trial juries act in unpredictable ways. ways that we couldn't expect. i think the foreperson has a very, very important role here. >> do you think they will take a vote right away, if so, how many of those jurors do you think the core 12 are going back with their minds pretty much made up? >> hopefully none of them are going back with their minds made up yet. they will take a vote as to the top charge. given this vast menu of possibil
-- big clouds, small ones, public, private, even hybrid. your data and apps must move easily and securely to reach many clouds, not just one. that's why the network that connects, protects, and lets your data move fearlessly through the clouds means more than ever. sam higgins? you have frequent heartburn, right? yeah. well we're the two active ingredients in zegerid otc. i'm omeprazole. and i'm sodium bicarbonate. just one pill a day ... gives you 24-hour relief. & one mission. two ingredients heartburn solved. >>> the penitentiary of new mexico holds some of the most violent offenders in the state. in our four months there, we saw some of the violence firsthand. but in 1980, pnm was site of one of the deadliest u.s. prison riots where inmates killed 33 of their own. >> jumped off february. almost by accident. big thing i couldn't get out of my head is they actually did it. we actually took the place over. >> james whittington survived the riot to return to the old main facility to show our producers what he witnessed. >> 27 years ago when i got up out of here. i didn't think i would eve
as a whole. you have to look at the big picture here. co-counsel in his opening argument the you yesterday talked about rabbit holes. and after he sat down -- >> objection, your honor. >> sustained. >> my fear is that you won't look at the big picture. we spent two weeks in clearwater questioning all of you looking for people who would still be able to see the forest for the trees. >> objection, your honor, improper rebuttal. >> overruled at this point. >> in his closing remarks, mr. baez used words like liar, perjury, fraudulent, and the truth is what is the cornerstone of the criminal justice process both for those who are accused and those who are the victim of crime. it is lying that perverts that process. so during an argument where the most well documented liar ever seen in a courtroom accuses everybody of perjury, of fraud, of lying, the irony is rich indeed. >> objection, your honor, violation of paragraph number 5 of this court's order and move to strike. >> overruled. >> as we have come to find out accusing others of lying is classic casey anthony. when casey anthony wants to div
is come over here, right here. they're actually start just working it. working it. take a piece how big they want it. they work it and work it until eventually it just starts cutting into the metal. whatever they get toothpaste and soap, mix it up and they're just layer it. what they're doing, anytime you come in here, they can see this and cover it up. that's what we use. two pieces used as a shank to assault that uninmate fame from here. that's why they started doing this. this is contraband now. >> although level 6 is on lockdown, our producers are allowed to talk to one inmate about the toll 9 restrictions are making. >> i haven't been able to visit with my sister or mother because of this thing that happened in the separate housing unit. with two other inmates that had nothing to do with me. and so -- it's just not right. it's a nuisance. it's annoying because i don't behave in a way that merits my suspension of privileges, visit, commissary, nor do a lot of other inmates for that matter, but yet we're being punished collectively. two weeks ago, they came and took away our nail cli
. >> we try to better ourselves with bible studies and looking at big words in the dictionary. >> like scuttlebutt. >> yep, scuttlebutt. >> concepcion has two good friends in jail, julie and teresa. >> it's not common to actually have friends in here. it's very rare. but it's actually really nice to have that in here. it's like your moral support. >> but concepcion has kept her charges a secret from her friends. they think she has three young children, two sons and a daughter. they have no idea she has been charged with the murder of her 2-year-old son, fox. >> look at that. mama. >> he's my baby. my asian baby. look at his eyes. >> he reminds me of a precious moments doll right here. you know, the sad eyes kind of. >> i just don't want them to stop talking to me, stop caring for me, stop seeing me as that person they can relate to or somebody they can go to. i don't want to lose their respect. i know i should have told them the truth from the beginning. i don't want them to think i'm that person. someone that heinous, someone that brutal. i'm not that person. >> prosecutors say fox di
inmates. >> stabbed him in the chest. the first thing out of his mouth was "why?" ...was it something big? ...or something small? ...something old? ...or something new? ...or maybe, just maybe... it's something you haven't seen yet. the 2nd generation of intel core processors. stunning visuals, intelligent performance. this is visibly smart. >>> the level six at pnm is full of inmates who will not only target prison staff but anyone else they have access to. >> i got 20 years for the district attorney getting stabbed in a courtroom. >> we do many, what we call prison cases, either assaults on other inmates, murders on other inmates, assaults on staff, on correctional officers. and so his cases were part of my caseload. in this particular case, mr. steele was charged with battery on a correctional officer. >> about 90% of the staff they get working here are the people who got picked on in school. they come over here, and now it's payback time. they think that badge gives them power. that badge is only an illusion of power. that power can be stripped and taken away in a moment'sotice. >> mr
people. that's why we do interviews. >> after hours of investigation, officers score a big find in the dorms. proving the inmate tipoff was legitimate. >> i just found a syringe. it's a good find. i've got to go write a report right now. >> syringes on your property. >> tell me where they found it? >> in your cubicle, in your dresser in a hat. take off your shirt. >> are you a drug user? >> stand up, take it off all the way. >> and your other one. >> marks there? >> it's from the shower. >> you've got marks here. >> feel it. s the not marks. >> well, we found this in your property, what that means is we're going to probably lock you up. >> i wouldn't have left it there if i was using. >> this was found in your hat and you're telling us it's not yours. >> somebody's trying to set me up or something. ? if we go to give you a ua are you going to be clean? >> i should be clean. >> you should be. so there's a question about it. >> you said pretty sure. >> i'm not certain. >> that means -- >> when's the last time you used? >> almost a month, maybe. >> did you shoot up, smoke? >> shot
, just as he told you. you know, counsel showed you the big poster with the pictures of caylee walking into the pool and said that this hypothesis has not been rebutted. well, i respectfully disagree. because ladies and gentlemen, the two people that counsel asserts were present when that happened were george anthony and casey anthony. george anthony testified on that witness stand the first day of this trial it didn't happen. as ms. burdick will point out to you when she points, ms. anthony also was given the opportunity to adopt that and rejected it twice. that has been refuted. by the evidence in this case. counsel also asserted to you that this crime scene was quote-unquote staged. here's the interesting part. he tells you on the one hand that george anthony is connected to the tape. remember he said in opening, follow the tape. but then on the other hand, he tells you that roy kronk is connected to the tape. dr. spits told you that somebody came along later and took the skull and taped it and in opening statement, the defense counsel told you that person was roy kronk. so they bot
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